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THE AUDITORY VOCABULARY

Tone “Don’t take that Tone with me, young man.”
Static “All I ever get from you is a lot of Static.”
Hear “Yeah I Hear what you’re saying.”
Ring “Hey that Rings a bell.”
Sound “Sounds good to me.”
Say “Say, did you hear the one about the two ostriches?”
Tell “Can you Tell me more about it?”
Talk “Talk to me further about this.”


HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH AN AUDITORY


1. Use Auditory words. Listen more to the delivery than the actual content.

2. Highlight sound qualities. Sound of a creek or the quiet of the woods.

3. Explain concepts verbally. Show charts – wait 12 seconds, and then explain with words.
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